Community Resources in North Carolina

Community Resources in North Carolina

Building Integrated Communities (BIC) has collected a list of Spanish-language resources for immigrant residents—as well as for local governments and nonprofit/grassroots organizations working with immigrant residents—in the state of North Carolina.


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Are there any resources you would like to share? Feel free to send us an email, and we will add it!

Resource Directories

AMEXCAN NC Latinx Resource Directory

A Google Maps resource directory of Latinx serving organizations across all of North Carolina. Created by AMEXCAN North Carolina.

Winston-Salem Building Integrated Communities Service Directory

Winston-Salem Building Integrated Communities provides an interactive service directory for immigrant and refugee populations. This directory includes a map showing the location of services. Spanish version available here.

Non-profit and grassroot organizations

These nonprofit/grassroots organizations provide general resources and information—on a variety of topics—on their websites and Facebook pages.

Health Resources


Media outlets